Stade de france

stade de france

What is the Stade de France?

Construit pour la Coupe du Monde de football, le Stade de France devient mythique quand la France y remporte la Coupe du Monde de Football en finale face au Brésil.

What happened at the Stade de France in 2015?

On 13 November 2015, in one of a series of coordinated shootings and bombings across Paris, the Stade de France was targeted with explosions occurring outside the stadium during an international friendly between France and Germany, with French President François Hollande in attendance. The terrorist, however, was unable to enter the stadium.

Where is the Stade de France used for Euro 2016?

In 2016, the Stade de France was used as the central stadium for the 2016 Euros hosting seven matches. The stadium was used for the opening ceremony of the tournament which saw French DJ David Guetta perform at the stadium.

How long did it take to build the Stade de France?

The stadium was officially ready for construction following the governments selection of manufacturers, Bouygues, Dumez, and SGE, and the signing of building permits on 30 April 1995. With only 31 months to complete the stadium, construction commenced on 2 May 1995. The laying of the first cornerstone took place five months later on 6 September.

Why was the Stade de France built?

Stade de France got built to serve as the centrepiece of the 1998 World Cup. At that time no stadium in France had a capacity of over 45,000 and the tournament needed a 70,000+ stadium.

What football matches have been played at Stade de France?

Stade de France, listed as a Category 4 stadium by UEFA, hosted matches at the 1998 FIFA World Cup, the UEFA Champions League finals in 2000 and 2006, and the 1999 and 2007 Rugby World Cup, making it the only stadium in the world to have hosted both a Football World Cup final and a Rugby World Cup final.

What is the largest stadium in France?

Stade de France is the largest stadium in France and the stadium where the French national team plays its most important home matches. Stade de France got built to serve as the centrepiece of the 1998 World Cup.

How to visit the Stade de France in Paris?

Stade de France offers guided stadium tours that include visits to the presidential lodge, changing rooms, players’ tunnel, and a museum that is dedicated to the construction of the stadium and the events that have been held over the years. The tour lasts about 60 minutes and a further 30 minutes can be spend at the museum.

How many stadiums did France play in Euro 2016?

UEFA Euro 2016 Stadiums Euro 2016 France – in numbers Teams: 24 Playing venues: 10 Matches: 51 Opening match: Stade de France Final: Stade de France Average venue capacity: 48,800 seats Largest venue: Stade de France (80,000 seats) Smallest venue: Stadium de Toulouse (33,000 seats)

What is the Stade de France used for?

The opening ceremony of the 2016 European Football Championships. In 2016, the Stade de France was used as the central stadium for the 2016 Euros hosting seven matches. The stadium was used for the opening ceremony of the tournament which saw French DJ David Guetta perform at the stadium.

What happened at the Stade de France before the Euro 2016 quarter-final?

Controlled explosion on suspicious vehicle outside Stade de France before France and Iceland Euro 2016 quarter-final. The Independent. Retrieved 3 July 2016. ^ Euro 2016: England fan arrested after Marseille clash.

What are the venues of Euro 2016?

UEFA Euro 2016 Stadiums. Euro 2016 France – in numbers. Teams: 24. Playing venues: 10. Matches: 51. Opening match: Stade de France. Final: Stade de France. Average venue capacity: 48,800 seats.

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